Today’s Dayton Daily News has the story of one family that has three generations — and 14 people — living under one roof. They’ve managed to convert lots of unused spaced into bedrooms, but there’s still only one full bathroom, which makes for tight scheduling! With several of their kids, plus their kids’ kids, all living in what was originally a three bedroom home, they’re sure to face some interesting challenges.
You can read the full article here.
Stories of "boomerangst"
Today we're sharing some thoughts on "boomerangst" -- the feelings of angst related to moving back home with Mom and Dad -- from T.J. Wihera, himself a boomerang kid.He shares a few stories of fellow…
Real stories of Boomerang kids
It's simply a fact of life for modern families that adult children tend to return home at least once after they initially leave the nest. That's why young adults these days are so often called…
A few more stories to share
Again, I've got some more stories of adult children living at home for you, this time from the Santa Monica College Corsair newspaper. Here's how one of the stories begins: Cathy can't find her shorts.…